THE CITY REBORN FROM THE ASHES OF AMERICA'S MOST DISASTROUS FOREST FIRE
Jerrilyn Naffier, 68, of Green Bay, passed away March 26.
Born Sept. 2, 1946, the daughter of the late Jerrold and Helen (Poquette) Naffier, she graduated from Menominee High School in 1964. She earned a bachelor degree in elementary education from UW-Madison in 1968. Proud of her military service, she served in personnel management as Data Processing Chief at Fort Meade, Md. for the United States Army. She earned a masters degree in Public Administration at George Washington University in 1978. When her military career ended she worked at a Disabled Veterans Outreach Program in Marinette and she then became a substitute teacher and president of the Green Bay Area Chapter of the National Organization for Women.
A member of Pi Lambda Theda, DAV Commander Club, Russell Leight #3, as a bronze leader, and a Red Cross volunteer, she was also a member of First United Church of Christ Church in Green Bay. She enjoyed reading books and needlework.
She is survived by a brother, Richard Naffier of Menominee, Mi.
Her parents preceded her in death.
Visitation was held at Malcore (West) Funeral Home, Green Bay on Tuesday, April 1 from 3 p.m. until time of the service at 6 p.m., with military honors. Donations to a charity of ones choice can be made in her honor.
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